Bat those eyelashes to let him know you’re interested without saying a word.

Syracuse University’s Human Sexuality and Love, Lust, and Relationship professor, Dr.

Joe Fanelli says, “Initially, it’s about an attraction to someone.

“When it comes to chemistry, there are certain people we are drawn to because of pheromones,” Fanelli says.

“These may be triggers that signal ‘my DNA is different than your DNA’.” The pheromones (our natural ‘scent’) aren’t conscious to us, but they may be a reason that initial attraction turns into wanting something more.

This summer, many theaters will be showcasing a live stream Jimmy Buffet concert, which in 2014 doesn’t seem to fit, but does the drive-in belong in the age of i Pads and 3-D printing? Because the drive-in’s quaint nature is no more than it advertises.

The biggest event to happen to the drive-in industry, switching to digital, is advertised on dated websites with glittery backdrops that remind you of an early America Online profile. In its simplicity, affordable tickets bring communities together on sticky summer nights and that’s a rarity today.

Here’s a secret though—you can use some of what you learn in class towards your advantage on the guy scene.

There are reasons you fall for certain people (besides their cuteness), and once you understand the rules of attraction, you’ll be the master of making guys fall for you.

But, “revealing too much too soon can also be a distancing move,” Fanelli says.

Be careful not to scare him off by telling him your life story on day one.

“These matches may be conscious, for example two athletes, or people with similar extracurricular interests, or unconscious, like finding out you enjoy the same music,” Fanelli says.